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Health Promot Perspect. 2021;11(1): 1-4. doi: 10.34172/hpp.2021.01
PMID: 33758749        PMCID: PMC7967129


Global health diplomacy at the intersection of trade and health in the COVID-19 era

Vijay Kumar Chattu 1,2 * ORCID, Shalini Pooransingh 3, Hamid Allahverdipour 4

Cited by CrossRef: 15

1- Chattu V, Singh B, Kaur J, Jakovljevic M, Kafle K. COVID-19 Vaccine, TRIPS, and Global Health Diplomacy: India’s Role at the WTO Platform. BioMed Research International. 2021;2021:1 [Crossref]
2- Chattu V, Singh B, Pattanshetty S, Reddy S. Access to medicines through global health diplomacy. Health Promot Perspect. 2023;13(1):40 [Crossref]
3- Su Z, McDonnell D, Li X, Bennett B, Šegalo S, Abbas J, Cheshmehzangi A, Xiang Y. COVID-19 Vaccine Donations—Vaccine Empathy or Vaccine Diplomacy? A Narrative Literature Review. Vaccines. 2021;9(9):1024 [Crossref]
4- Rasheed Z, AlKhowailed M, Shariq A, Salem T, Alkhamiss A, Aldoubiab R, Alghammas A, Alshammari A, Alsalhi A, Alharbi A, Alshammari S, Alnassar M, Alduraibi S, Alharbi S, Al Abdulmonem W. Impact of COVID-19 pandemic quarantine on physical, nutritional, psychosocial life and work aspects in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. J Family Med Prim Care. 2022;11(3):896 [Crossref]
5- Ferreccio C. How Did We Get Here: The Best Vaccines Ever Facing the Highest Public Hesitancy?. Vaccines. 2023;11(8):1323 [Crossref]
6- Chattu V. "Digital global health diplomacy" for climate change and human security in the Anthropocene. Health Promot Perspect. 2022;12(3):277 [Crossref]
7- Sharun K, Dhama K. COVID-19 Vaccine Diplomacy and Equitable Access to Vaccines Amid Ongoing Pandemic. Archives of Medical Research. 2021;52(7):761 [Crossref]
8- Taghizade S, Chattu V, Jaafaripooyan E, Kevany S. COVID-19 Pandemic as an Excellent Opportunity for Global Health Diplomacy. Front Public Health. 2021;9 [Crossref]
9- Singh B, Chattu V, Kaur J, Mol R, Gauttam P, Singh B. COVID-19 and Global Distributive Justice: ‘Health Diplomacy’ of India and South Africa for the TRIPS waiver. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 2023;58(5):747 [Crossref]
10- Chatterjee E, Khan T, Renzi L, Charles E, Mandalaneni K. A Bibliometric Analysis of COVID-19 Scientific Literature From the English-Speaking Caribbean. 2022; [Crossref]
11- Gharebaghi R, Heidary F, Pourezzat A. COVID-19 Resurgence in Iran, Lessons Learned. SSRN Journal. 2022; [Crossref]
12- Umakanthan S, Chauhan A, Gupta M, Sahu P, Bukelo M, Chattu V. COVID-19 pandemic containment in the Caribbean Region: A review of case-management and public health strategies. AIMSPH. 2021;8(4):665 [Crossref]
13- Chattu V, Dave V, Reddy K, Singh B, Sahiledengle B, Heyi D, Nattey C, Atlaw D, Jackson K, El-Khatib Z, Eltom A. Advancing African Medicines Agency through Global Health Diplomacy for an Equitable Pan-African Universal Health Coverage: A Scoping Review. IJERPH. 2021;18(22):11758 [Crossref]

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